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iOne Gemini R16 Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review

Sagittaria    -   January 30, 2007


Closer Look Continued

Now for the keyboard:


I love the contrast of black and silver on this keyboard, it gives it a nice professional look that I love. The standard layout is all the same (The letters and number pad) however, the delete key takes up two buttons where the insert key usually is. The insert key is now the delete key, which you will have to push shift to use, a nice idea. The letters on the keys are nice and thick, you can actually feel them. The scroll wheel is nice and solid and the keys on the far right of the keyboard are great! You won't even have to take your hands off the keyboard to copy and paste anymore! The back flip-out raisers are very solid, so it shouldn't break on you. Lastly, there are four LEDs, not three as the box states.  The "extra one" being the office lock, which allows you to use the office keys (F1-F12).  All in all, the keyboard is nice and solid.

Installation

Installation Setup
IBM ThinkPad R40 Laptop
CPU Intel Celeron 1.8ghz 478 Varient
RAM 512mb DDR PC-2100 SO-DIMMs (2x256mb)
GPU Integrated Graphics by ATI Mobility
HDD Hitachi 20gb IDE 4200rpm 2.5" 2mb Cache
USB Hub Micro Innovations USB2.0 4 Port hub
OS Microsoft Windows XP SP2
 

I chose to install this combo on my laptop. And well, you simply plug the USB connections in, nothing else! The mouse is on the left with the keyboard on the right.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued & Installation
  3. Configuration
  4. Configuration Continued
  5. Specifications & Testing
  6. Testing Continued & Conclusion
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